Wired.com presents: Analysis: Yawn, Google Introduces iPhone Clone I've never seen an article so adamant about ignoring any of the advantages of the Nexus One or Android in general, and so quick to criticize Android phones for not having one-glance "revolutionary innovation." It complains about the proprietary nature of the Google Phone's currently being limited to T-Mobile (it will be on Verizon and Vodafone in a few months), while the iPhone is limited to AT&T. While this could be justified as being "disappointment in Google's innovation," it goes on later to rave about the iPhone "mak(ing) every other player in the market look like a laggard — again," ignoring that fact exactly. They seem to be ignoring many of the brilliant applications like Google Goggles or Startracker, which utilize Accelerometers, GPS coordinates, AND Magnetometers in order to allow users to identify places on Earth and in space. While at first glance, new Android phones like the Nexus are similar to Apple or WinMo-based phones, and this is to be expected. I'm not sure what Wired is expecting, and whether they actually spent any time using Android or not. Their points about iTunes are moot, as only the iPhone can use it, and there are other media players that Android phones can sync to, and their points on the "small app store" are moot too, as it is simply impossible to expect an iPhone-sized community immediately. Lastly, while Android's Linux makeup doesn't involve end-users, to ignore it when speaking of the community would be idiotic, and that's exactly what this article does.